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this is for a written deposition,mailed to her. therefore since she can't come here her reply could be allowed in court
since i subpoena her answers, it is sworn, and you said on Oct. 1 at 2:36, she'd be compelled to answer to a Pa./ my deposition,didn't you say that. I don't want her here, just her answers..no voluntary,no oath
to restate, G.M. is subject to Pa. law...a Pa. subpoena is good if served on an agent in Pa. for service of process. Does that mean that agent needs to be in Pa. THen the document could be enforced on a texas rep.? I knew it was involved,but your previous answer says no. I sent the document to legal dept. in a different state, if I sent it to legal dept. in Pa. that's ok then. I mixed up 2 things. the contempt of losing my verbal file by the company. now i'm talking of the rep. i subpoeaned for written deposition. Did i need to a Pa. agent of G.M. for her to answer? i asked you of serving her a pa. deposition/ subpoena on oct. 1 at4:48 i think you said she'd need to answer
again. no attendance here. 1 rep. has an answer. 1 rep talked to dealer. again. so, a Pa. subpoena is good on G.M., is it good for the rep.in texas for a written dep., mailed to her? it has her name on it. how will they give that to someone else. You never seem to answer if she has to answer it, and mail it back. the other lawyer said NO.I believe you told me on oct. 1 4:48, yes, to a Pa. subpoena for written answers.. If so there is no voluntary involved and since a subpoena is served there would be no need for an oath. these are legal, sworn documents-no lying allowed
attendance? testimony? again...a written deposition, mailed-to be to rep. with written answers,mailed back! is it ok? there is nothingin texas, what attendance, what under oath??? will G.M> send her thepaper to answer, does she need to answer?? you are good, but this is simple. I asked you that same ques. directly oct.1st at 4:48 and again at 4:56..your answer seemed to say yes. This I said will save G.M. to produce her here for trial. I guess you're saying no, you don't actually say that,even. I'm wrong to be rude, but I don't know what you just answered to, what attendance..what testimony??? it's in writing, her answers to be in writing
i actually didn't ask if I could get her co. to ask/make her answer. I said to mail it to legal dept. then to her. It may be my only option,though, if you'd explain how to from Pa.'s court. Back to my original bickering I'm sorry but How is a written then mailed one given under oath? i'm not arranging no on else there. Usually there would be,right? Or is it a legal document thereby as to under oath?? If there is a way for her company to get her to answer the deposition,again how to ,file what paperwork??
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